From Quiltmaker, comes this free pattern, Nautical Waves.
I just got a Clover Iron this past Christmas, so this Clover Iron Travel Bag will come in handy for me.
A free block pattern, Penny Rugs, from Connecting Threads. I adore the fabrics used in this block. Approx. Finished Size 9″. I am impressed with the Connecting Threads fabrics and Canadian-friendly web site, and plan to order some of their
A pretty pattern for Spring, Bubblegum Crossing, from Quilter’s Newsletter.
Here’s a very cute Quilted Bag Tutorial. Great way to use up left-over strips or blocks.
A great project for Spring, Tulip Hill. I would be inclined to make this pattern smaller, as it would be a gorgeous wall hanging. I simply adore tulips, and am really looking forward to the Ottawa Tulip Festival coming in
Not exactly quilting, but it still uses fabric. I really like this shopping bag tutorial. Before I left Canada for six weeks in Argentina, where I am now, I was trying really hard not to get any plastic shopping bags.
From Quiltmaker, comes this very fun pattern, Just Bugs. This charming little quilt, features a bevy of bugs and other little creatures, and is easy to make with foundation piecing and fusible patches. Sew down the raw edges with a
Scrappy n Happy in Ohio is having a birthday, and she’s the one giving away a present. Act quickly! This Give-A-Way ends at 9:00 a.m. EST on Tuesday, March 11, 2008. For more information, click the image.
A free pattern from McCall’s Quilting, Sew Much To Do is a sewing-themed wall hanging, complete with an appliquéd pincushion and rotary cutter. Embellish the button jar with your favorite buttons.